Alright, so this post is being written MUCH later than usual and I don't know if this will be a new thing that happens every day because my schedule is now a bit different and not as recurring. However, I hope you still enjoy them and find something new that you haven't heard yet.

Big news for Walking Dead fans: AMC is planning a spin-off show for 2015.

J.J. Abrams won't be directing the next Star Trek film.

Bob Newhart finally won an Emmy.

Cecily Strong will co-anchor Weekend Update with Seth Meyers on Saturday Night Live this upcoming season and I couldn't be more thrilled.

Speaking of SNL, get to know the show's six new cast members.

Interesting: Rotten Tomatoes will start rating TV shows.

Definitely NSFW, but Showtime has put the pilot for Masters of Sex online.

I am loving these trailers for Gravity. Here's the new TV spot:

The Guardian has a great profile on Benedict Cumberbatch.

House of Cards has won two Emmys already.

Here are 10 happy Morrissey songs (surprising that 10 exist, I know).

Woody Allen will be given the Cecil B. DeMille award at the Golden Globes.

If you pirate a TV show enough times, Netflix is going to be interested.

If you want to make sure the animal in any given movie doesn't die, check out this website before sitting through the whole thing.

Conan O'Brien sat down and talked to Martin Short.

Why on earth is Bravo working on a TV show about people watching TV shows?

A Winston Churchill TV show could be coming our way.

The Emmy's will have special In Memorium tributes for James Gandolfini, Cory Monteith and three others.

Last night's episode of Breaking Bad broke another record.

Now you have enough pop culture news to make you more exciting (no one wanted to say it, but you were getting a little boring).